Radio Free Minturn Summer Fund Drive is in full swing (letter)
August 6, 2018
What's up, mountain people? Slim Hill here from Radio Free Minturn asking you to get up offa that thing and turn your radio dial to 107.9 FM. All this week, Sunday, Aug. 5, to Saturday, Aug. 11, we will be having our Summer Fund Drive and need the support of our wonderful community to make it a success.
Since 1998, Radio Free Minturn has been the Vail Valley's only genre-free community radio station. As a completely volunteer, nonprofit organization, we rely solely on the support of our loyal listeners. Our goal is to raise $10,000, and we have a grant that will match every dollar up to that amount.
We also have a number of premiums that have been provided by local businesses, which may be obtained by calling in and donating during one of our many wonderful shows this week. From Minturn Anglers to Pazzo's Pizza, you can get an extra bang for your buck, all while keeping the tunes cranking across the valley.
Too shy to call in? No problem. Just go to radiofreeminturn.org and click "donate."
So, shake a tail feather, clean out your couch cushions, empty the change in that cup holder and help keep Radio Free Minturn alive!
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